Plays

Young Vic Theatre presents CUTTIN’ IT by Charlene James: Theatre Review

An honest, intimate and brave interrogation of a human-rights issue beyond cultural constraints.

Author's review: 
4

Effie Samara, Female Arts & Greenwich Theatre present RED WOMEN’S THEATRE AWARDS: Round-Up

Four intrepid new plays by fearless female playwrights.

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0

The Royal Court presents PLAQUES AND TANGLES by Nicola Wilson: Theatre Review

A brutally honest play about the terrifying reality of memory loss.

Author's review: 
4

Jennie Eggleton: ‘I was struck by a strong sense of otherworldliness’

Only Forever is the second new play from Tangled Thread, showing at the Hope Theatre in September. Co-Artistic Director, Jennie Eggleton, tell us more…

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0

A new version of CinderElla, for ages 5+, premieres at The Bread & Roses Theatre in Clapham this August!

CinderElla

A fun, exciting and modern retelling of the classic fairytale in which a girl's ultimate dream doesn't necessarily need to be to marry some Prince!

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0

Nadia Cavelle: 'Breaking free from the way we’ve been conditioned to perceive women won’t happen quickly'

Franco-Swiss writer Nadia Cavelle’s debut play, Bruises, plays at the Tabard Theatre, London, from 11th to 29th August 2015. Bruises is an exploration of female friendship, sexuality and identity, set against the backdrop of sex work. Here, Nadia Cavelle discusses her experience of putting sex work on the page and the responsibility she feels to write honestly and compassionately about the subject.

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0

Bush Theatre presents THE INVISIBLE by Rebecca Lenkiewicz: Theatre Review

The Invisible is simply about our human right to justice and what happens when this is denied.

Author's review: 
4

Hampstead Theatre presents LUNA GALE by Rebecca Gilman: Theatre Review

A thought-provoking, issue-driven play concerning seasonal parenthood.

Author's review: 
3

Gate Theatre presents IMAGE OF AN UNKNOWN YOUNG WOMAN by Elinor Cook: Theatre Review

A break-neck-speed protest play that throbs with anger and truth.

Author's review: 
4

PLAYHOUSE PLAYMAKER: Oxford Playhouse Launches New Writers On Attachment Scheme

Oxford Playhouse invites all new and emerging playwrights to submit their work to be considered for a place on the new Oxford Playhouse Writers on Attachment Programme – Playhouse Playmaker.

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